Exploring the Da Vinci Code (2000)

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Thousands of people climb to the isolated hilltop village of Rennes-le-Château each year, inspired by Dan Brown's novel, The Da Vinci Code and drawn by the mystery surrounding the priest Bérenger Saunière and his unexplained riches.

What was the secret Saunière knew that so threatened the Catholic church?
What is behind the mysterious symbolism carved into the church itself?
What is the coded message left behind by Saunière that inspired Da Vinci Code author Dan Brown?
Is this the true location of the Holy Grail?
Did Mary Magdalene flee to this remote part of France carrying the bloodline of Christ?

Now you too can discover the wealth of fascinating detail hidden in this mystical village and the "treasures" of the surrounding countryside, in the company of the man that started it all, Henry Lincoln. For many years he used to take small groups to visit the key locations, explaining first hand "all the history and mystery that have made the village world famous." Henry guides you through all his favourite places, including Carcassonne and Montségur, and introduces the "eighth wonder of the world," the Rennes-le-Château Pentacle of Mountains and the incredible geometrical landscape of this remote part of southwestern France.

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Documentary 2000 122:21 (Case: 120) 576i (PAL) 1 2 3 4 5 6
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